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* ActorAllusion: When Casey first goes to the skating rink, she's mistaken for a spy, referencing Michelle Trachtenberg's previous role as the titular character from ''Film/HarrietTheSpy''.


* CallingTheOldWomanOut: Gen calls out Tina for pushing her to be an ice skater when she would rather enjoy her childhood.

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* CallingTheOldWomanOut: Gen calls out Tina for pushing her to be an ice skater when she would rather enjoy her childhood.adolescence.


Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, or [[Franchise/{{Frozen}} the film series featuring Disney's other (more literal) ice princess]].

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Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, the [[Film/GoFigure the other skating movie released under the Disney umbrella in 2005]], or [[Franchise/{{Frozen}} the film series featuring Disney's other (more literal) ice princess]].

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* NiceGirl: Gen, surprisingly.


* BeautifulAllAlong: Casey at the party that Gen takes her to.

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* %%* BeautifulAllAlong: Casey at the party that Gen takes her to.



* TheChick: Gen.

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* %%* TheChick: Gen.



* FaceHeelTurn: Tina.
* GirlNextDoor: Casey

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* %%* FaceHeelTurn: Tina.
* %%* GirlNextDoor: Casey



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Tina

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* %%* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Tina


* DesignatedLoveInterest: Teddy, whose relationship with Casey is far less interesting and plot-relevant than her relationships with Tina and Gen.

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* AntiInterferenceLockUp: The AlphaBitch traps Casey in the girls' locker room to keep her from making the ice-skating tryouts.


* ShakingHerHairLoose: Gen takes Casey to a party without telling her where they were going. Gen tells her that it's okay that she's not dressed for a party as long as she shakes it.

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* ShakingHerHairLoose: Gen takes Casey to a party without telling her where they were going. Gen tells her that it's okay that she's not dressed for a party as long as she shakes it.it (her hair).

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: When Disney's promotional department created the theater poster for the film -- the one showing two different images of Casey standing back-to-back -- did it never actually send up any red flags to anyone that it might get recognized as being uncomfortably similar to the poster for [[https://ia.media-imdb.com/images/M/MV5BNzk4MmZmODgtNzNjMi00ZTQyLWEwZjgtMzI3NjRlNTA2MWZmXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyNzc5MjA3OA@@._V1_SY1000_CR0,0,670,1000_AL_.jpg this obscure 80's movie, titled "Angel"]]?
** This was at least the second time that Disney's promotional department did something [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/disney/images/e/e4/Kim_Possible_-_Poster.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20160410110320 like that]].
** Although let's be totally honest here, the idea of a movie poster showing two opposing "personalities" standing back-to-back is hardly an uncommon one. The only thing that would link these particular poster ideas together is that the back-to-back happens to be of the same person.
** Also (almost crossing over into NoCelebritiesWereHarmed) Tina Harwood is an ex-professional competitive skater who was banned from competing after an incident which involved injuring another skater.

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* BackToBackPoster: The poster has the heroine's physics nerd persona back to back with the champion figure skater she later blossoms into.


* CallingTheOldManOut: Gen calls her mom out for pushing her to be an ice skater when she would rather enjoy her childhood.

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* CallingTheOldManOut: CallingTheOldWomanOut: Gen calls her mom out Tina for pushing her to be an ice skater when she would rather enjoy her childhood.


* CallingTheOldWomanOut: Gen calls her mom out for pushing her to be an ice skater when she would rather enjoy her childhood.

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* CallingTheOldWomanOut: CallingTheOldManOut: Gen calls her mom out for pushing her to be an ice skater when she would rather enjoy her childhood.


Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, or [[Franchise/{{Frozen}} the films featuring Disney's other (more literal) ice princess]].

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Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, or [[Franchise/{{Frozen}} the films film series featuring Disney's other (more literal) ice princess]].


Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, or [[Disney/{{Frozen}} that other Disney movie about a]] ''[[Disney/{{Frozen}} literal]]'' [[Disney/{{Frozen}} ice princess]].

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Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, or [[Disney/{{Frozen}} that [[Franchise/{{Frozen}} the films featuring Disney's other Disney movie about a]] ''[[Disney/{{Frozen}} literal]]'' [[Disney/{{Frozen}} (more literal) ice princess]].


Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, [[Disney/{{Frozen}} that other Disney movie about a literal ice princess]].

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Not to be confused with WinterRoyalLady, the book by Camilla Lackberg, or [[Disney/{{Frozen}} that other Disney movie about a literal a]] ''[[Disney/{{Frozen}} literal]]'' [[Disney/{{Frozen}} ice princess]].

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